Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Price List

*Chicken Sitting (& other small animals) $15.00 per visit
*Consultations $50.00 an hour (Typical consult 1-1 1/2 hours)
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Consultations Available for:
*Chickens & Ducks - City Permit info, breeds, brooder setup, coop & run setup (custom designed & painted for your space or recycled coop), chicken feed resources, maintenance advice, health & behavior advice (feather picking, egg laying, disease & general health, happiness)
*Worms - Worm bin setups, cedar bins, maintenance advice, worm “tea”, extracting worm poop
*Bees - City permit info, sustainable hives, setup, maintenance, class information
*Goats - City permit info, resources, basic setup, breeds
*Water barrels - Local sources, tax credit info, placement, disconnecting downspouts
*Compost Bins - Resources, information, best size, materials
*Pest Control - How to deter rats, cats, squirrels, raccoons, opposums, dogs, and coyotes

Master Gardeners, IPM, plant nursery experience, feed store experience, chicken owners

*Chicken sitting and problem solving, wing clipping, beak trimming, health advice.
*Coop set up and maintenance.
*Custom coops & coops made from recycled materials.
*Gardening advice, veggie & ornamentals, small container gardening.

Allow us to help you create a sustainable urban environment in your own backyard!


  1. Wow Ladies! This is so awesome.Good Luck.

  2. Hi Ladies, I have a question for the two of you I have not been able to find the answer to as of yet and thought maybe you two may have some guidance for me.
    We finally have a broody hen,Horray! We know what to do up until the chicks hatch but here is my missing piece of information.
    Once the chicks hatch do we really have to worry about feeding the chicks medicated feed? We would like to leave the chicks with their Mama who should not be eating the medicated feed.
    I have a lot of faith the Mama will take good care of her peeps but the medicated feed issue is a concern.

  3. Great question Rois,
    we would recommend using organic chick food for mama and babies. She will take care of the rest. She will show them where food and water is. Just make sure that babies can get to the food. ie they aren't in a box that mama can get out of but they can't. Keep mama and babies seperated from the rest of the flock until they are big enough to introduce to the rest of the hens. Have fun.